Anatomy of a Hack

Date: Friday, March 6, 2020 at 11:30am
Location: Catablu
6372 W Jefferson Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46804

Please note that our meeting day for 2019-2020 has been changed from the first Thursday to the first Friday of each month.

The current security landscape is a rapidly evolving playground. Staying on top of the latest security trends has become a difficult task. Currently, patch management, social engineering, insecure web apps, insecure WIFI configurations, and bad password hygiene are just a few of the many way’s attackers are obtaining network footholds. The Mako Group will demonstrate how an attacker may exploit each of these attack vectors and provide real world ways to remediate these before they can be exploited by an attacker.

About the Speaker – Brandyn Fisher

Brandyn Fisher is the Information System Security Manager out of The Mako Group’s Fort Wayne office, where he has obtained a diverse background and experience in multiple security domains. In his time at The Mako Group, Brandyn has worked with financial institutions, hospitals, municipalities, manufacturing entities as well as other large public and private entities across the country. Brandyn manages the network penetration testing team at The Mako Group. He and his team conduct and participate in a wide array of security assessments including network penetration tests, technical vulnerability assessments, social engineering campaigns and web application penetration tests.

Brandyn received his formal education from the Indiana Institute of Technology where he received his Bachelor of Science in Computer Security and Investigation, and Western Governor’s University (WGU) where he obtained his Master of Science in Cybersecurity and Information Assurance. He is also an active member of InfraGard and CyberPatriot.

Brandyn Fisher, M.S., CISSP, TNCU, TNCA, CEH, CHFI, CNDA, Security+, Network+, Project+


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